Dyer (1995) found that “each preferred learning style has a matching preferred method of instruction.” The student-teacher relationship will therefore also be important as the student is more interested in learning when they feel comfortable and motivated in the surrounding environment which will result in a higher success rates. The classroom conditions are therefore important to ensure that learning takes place, specifically for learners who are visually orientated, which will be discussed below. (Lemmer, Meier & Van Wyk, 2006) The environment does not only need to satisfy the learner but also the parents and community, an example could be equality which needs to be enforced. This is one of the reasons why being a teacher is more complex and challenging then society makes... [continues]
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